Postes colados:
Ernesto Borgia Botto
Prof. Director de la Carrera de Especialización en Odontología Restauradora Integral, Escuela de Graduados, Facultad de Odonto-logía, Universidad de la República. Uruguay.
Rosario Barón
Prof. Interino de la Cátedra Clínica de Operatoria Dental 2, Facultad de Odontología, Universidad de la República. Uruguay.
José L. Borgia
Prof. Adjunto de la Clínica de Prostodoncia, Facultad de Odontología, Universidad de la República. Urugua
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Diente endodónticamen-te tratado, anclaje radicular, fractura den-taria, bruxismo, éxito clínico

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Borgia Botto, E., Barón, R., & Borgia, J. L. (2019). Postes colados:. Odontoestomatología, 17(25), 11-22. Recuperado a partir de
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Objetivo. El objetivo de este estudio fue examinar el resultado clínico longitudinal de dientes endodónticamente tratados, rehabilitados con postes colados y una restauración coronaria, durante 44 años. Materiales yMétodos. En 130 pacientes seleccionados al azar, 95 presentaron 297 dientes rehabilitados con un poste colado y una restauración coronaria. El criterio de éxito fue que el diente rehabilitado per-maneciera funcional sin patología clínica ni radiográfica. Resultados: Doscientos sesenta y ocho (90%) estaban en función y 29 (10%) habían fracasado. El Indice Kappa de Cohen, fue de 0.78 - 1. Con-clusiones. El éxito clínico fue de 90%. La sobrevida media observada de los dientes estudiados fue de 19 años. La tasa de fraca-so fue de 10%, siendo la fractura dentaria la falla más prevalente (5% de todos los dientes restaurados)

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